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Frozen fruit:

  •   Raspberry
  •   Blackberry
  •   Strawberry
  •   Wild Blueberry
  •   Black & Red Currant
  •   Sour Cherry
  •   Plum (pitted)
  •   Fruit Mix  (according to buyer’s needs)


The fruit is freshly individually frozen in IQF freezing tunnels and packed within a very short time frame.


Dried (low-moisture sugar-infused) fruit:

  •   Raspberry
  •   Sour Cherry
  •   Strawberry
  •   Blueberry
  •   Black Currant
  •   Plum (pitted)


The fruit is dried by a process of slowly replacing the water in the frozen fruit with sugar and other natural sweeteners.

Freeze Dried Fruit:

  •   Raspberry
  •   Sour Cherry
  •   Strawberry


The fruit is dried by the process of removal of water content from solidly frozen fruit under a vacuum.


Frozen Vegetables:

  •   Green Peas
  •   Sweet Corn
  •   Carrot
  •   Spinach
  •   Green and Yellow Beans
  •   Broccoli
  •   Vegetable Mix (according to buyer’s needs)


The vegetable is freshly individually frozen in IQF freezing tunnels and packed in a very short amount of time.



Black Currant



Health and Healing Fact Sheets:

(Source: Oregon Raspberry & Blackberry Commission)


  • High in polyphenolic compounds known for their anti-cancer properties.
  • Contain strong antioxidants such as Vitamin C, quercetin and gallic acid.
  • Have a high ORAC level of 24 µmole/TE/g - well known for their antioxidant values.
  • Raspberries have been shown to inhibit the production of COX-I and COX-II enzymes.
  • Anti-inflammatory products like ibuprofen and aspirin, inhibit COX-I and COX-II resulting in the reduction of pain associated with arthritis, gout and other inflammatory conditions.
  • Eating whole berries has been shown in scientific studies to be more beneficial than taking the individual phytochemicals in the form of dietary supplements.
  • Red raspberry ketones are currently being used in Japan as a weight loss supplement

Health and Healing Fact Sheets:


Blackberries are notable for their high nutritional content and dietary support and contain:


  • essential mineral manganese,
  • vitamin K,
  • both soluble and insoluble fiber – dietary fiber is important in maintaining a healthy digestive system by supporting regular bowel movements,
  • one cup of blackberries (144 g) has an average of 7.6 g of fibre and contains half the daily recommended dose of vitamin C,
  • the seeds of the Blackbury contain oil rich in omega-3 (alpha-linolenic acid) and omega-6 fatty acids (linoleic acid) as well as protein, dietary fibre, carotenoids, ellagitannins and ellagic acid.

Health and Healing Fact Sheets:


Black Currants have:

  • a very high vitamin C content (several times the recommended daily dietary reference intake per 100 g)
  • good levels of potassium, phosphorus, iron, manganese
  • vitamin B5
  • a broad range of other essential nutrients (see nutrient table, right).


Use in traditional medicine:


  • In Europe the leaves have traditionally been used for arthritis, spasmodic cough, diarrhea, as a diuretic and for treating a sore throat. The berries are made into a drink thought to be beneficial for treatment of colds and flu, for other fevers, for diaphoresis and as a diuretic.
  • In traditional Austrian medicine, Ribes nigrum fruits have been used internally (consumed whole or as a syrup) for treatment of infections and disorders of the gastrointestinal tract, the locomotor system, the respiratory tract and the cardiovascular system.



Health and Healing Fact Sheets:


  • Strawberries contain a broad range of beneficial nutrients, including vitamin C, folate and fiber.
  • Researchers around the world are also recognising that the phytonutrients in strawberries may have considerable preventative effects on cardiovascular disease, cancer and cognitive decline.
  • Science tells us that antioxidants are key to warding off chronic diseases like heart disease and cancer. Researchers have tested foods to understand their antioxidant capacity. One test called Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity or ORAC for short showed that strawberries are packed with antioxidants, most notably anthocyanins, the pigment that makes strawberries red.
  • Preliminary results from a study on strawberries conducted by Dr. Gene Spiller of the Sphera Foundation show that 30 minutes and 60 minutes after eating strawberries antioxidant levels in the body peak markedly. This reveals that the antioxidants in strawberries are efficiently absorbed. Once antioxidants are absorbed, they are able to fight free radicals—rogue compounds that wreak havoc on the body.
  • Strawberries are packed with antioxidants.
  • Anthocyanins are the antioxidants that make strawberries red.
  • Antioxidants in strawberries are efficiently absorbed into the body.

Health and Healing Fact Sheets:


  • Blueberries have a diverse range of micronutrients,
  • Moderate levels of the essential dietary mineral manganese, vitamin C, vitamin K and dietary fiber. One serving provides a relatively low glycemic load score of 4 out of 100 per day.
  • Blueberries contain anthocyanins, other pigments and various phytochemicals that have a potential role in reducing risk of diseases such as inflammation and cancer, lowering cholesterol and total blood lipid levels, possibly affecting symptoms of heart disease.
  • Other preliminary research has shown that supplementation of diets with wild blueberry juice may benefit the brain, improve memory and learning in older adults, whilst possibly reducing blood sugar and symptoms of depression.

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